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Kanu speaks via his wife, Uchechi on Radio, lay to rest disturbing issues in IPOB

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Lolo Uchechi Okwu Kanu, the wife of the embattled leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu clears some doubts and restores fresh breath after her broadcast on Radio Biafra.

Since the re-arrest of the IPOB leader activities within the struggle appears to be divided following a counter suspicion among some executive members.

Kanu’s arrest and some untold stories left everyone with doubts Nigerian government used some hardcore to achieve their plan.

The followership has also been divided into factions, where the majority maintain and accepts orders from Chika Edoziem-led leadership, and others swapped to Simon Ekpa’s camp on the ground of betrayal.

However, statements by Kanu’s wife, Uchechi on Saturday laid to rest some issues and left many in apprehension.

Firstly, Lolo Uchechi justifies the present situation of her husband, noting the process is ordained by God.

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In her words, partly: “For Nnamdi Kanu to be where he is (DDS detention) means he is a righteous man, and because of that, God will liberate us (Biafra).

She further discontinued the believe of many doubting the person often brought to court is not Nnamdi Kanu, not mentally and physically strong.

Kanu also extended greetings to all members still standing and resolute in the struggle, both the media wing.

The message also confirmed the services of the Directorate of State under the watch of the Head, Chika Edoziem still active against speculations and tantrums by internal rivals.

According to her, ” I have visited my husband (Kanu) in the DSS Custody and I can tell you that he is mentally and physically feat.

“My husband (MNK) thanked those standing by him, the Directorate of States, the Great Media Team. He also reminded me to tell Ipob media teams to continue tweeting the Tuesday program.

“The first person my husband asked me about during my visit was Mazi Chika Edoziem the Head of IPOB Directorate Of State, she added.

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